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Please find worship for Sunday 14th June 2020.
News and Activities for Children and Young People

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or join others at 10am on Sunday 14th June 2020 on Facebook for morning worship and 6.30pm on Facebook to join others for Communion
Also please find a simple communion service and children's worship

Join the chat after the service (from 10.30am) - see below for more info

with preacher Canon Erik Wilson
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Sunday 14th June 2020
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Coffee and Chat - 10.30am Sunday
"It is just like wandering around having a chat after the service" 
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Simon Frankland, Michael Waltham, Debbie Rippingale
Please let us know if you are celebrating in the next few weeks
  • Join us for zoom Sunday School at 9am (contact us at for a code to join)
  • Although we can not physically meet together -it is important that our children continue to grow in faith and are able to connect with one another so here are some resources to help you at home.
  • Please send us your artwork, videos and pictures and you will win a star - 5 stars = prize.
Activities for children and young people

Warm up         

Use a marble maze puzzle game, or alternatively use a cereal box with a marble-sized hole cut in one of the sides. Place a marble inside and seal the box. Challenge the young people to get the marble through the maze or out of the box.

Jesus has got your back  

Using Bibles or printed copies of the reading (see, invite the young people to read the passage in pairs. Ask the pairs to either highlight or note down any positive and affirming words/phrases they can find in the reading. When everyone has finished, compile a list using everyone’s suggestions.

Questions to discuss

  •  What have the disciples experienced and seen Jesus do?
  •  What is important about what Jesus said and did before he sent the disciples out?
  •  Why was it vital to the future Church that Jesus sent the disciples out? How does this affect our Christian life today?

If doing this virtually, invite the young people to find the passage at, print it out or read and note down the positive/affirming words.

Sheep craziness

Watch a clip of herding sheep. Discuss with the young people how hard it must be to get this effect. Have they any experience of herding sheep? Or does this remind them of another scenario that is like trying to round up sheep, e.g. have they ever taken a group of small children on a walk? What are the problems faced? What dangers do you have to think about?

If doing this virtually, share your screen in order to watch the clip together.

Job description            

Discuss what type of person the tasks in Matthew 10.5-14 would require and what skills they would need. Challenge the young people to write a job advert for the position. Talk about how each member of the group might be a good fit for the job.

Paint blowing            

Give each young person a piece of thin card, some watered-down poster paint and a paper straw. Ask everyone to place some paint at the base of the card and then blow the paint through the straw. Talk about the way the paint spreads out, like the disciples being sent out, and how the air is like the Holy Spirit.

Parachuting eggs          

Challenge the young people to make a parachute that will carry an egg from a height safely to the ground. Divide the group into pairs, giving each pair: string, a white bin liner, sharpies, sticky tape, a paper cup. Allow 10 minutes for them to make their parachutes and then test them. Whose egg has survived? Jesus sent the disciples out into the world in a risky way. But what was the ‘parachute’ he gave to the disciples?

For activity sheets please click:  

Children's colouring sheets 

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Images and Sunday school resources adapted from ROOTS for Churches Ltd ( 2002-2020.
Reproduced with permission.


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